Tennis is about serves, forehands, backhands, and volleys. However, to play your best, you will need to be mentally tough.
We’re not here to give you the standard coaching lessons on how to “stay positive” or “keep your energy up.” There’s WAY too much of that already…
Instead, we go deeper than that. In the mental lessons below, we dive into the reasons why players get mad, lose their focus, or get nervous on the court. Then, we show you have to make progress towards better mental performance.
More Lessons on the Mental Game of Tennis
- The #1 Most Important Thing to Add to Your Tennis Game
- 3 Ways To Break Your Opponents Down (Mentally)
- The Mental Toughness Checklist: How to NOT Lose Focus in a Tennis Match
- Why You Should Play Up in USTA Tournaments & Leagues
- How To Get The Most Out Of Tennis Practice
- Rafael Nadal’s Practice Strategy
- Tennis Guide: Improve Your Mental Toughness
- The Ten Point Tiebreaker in Tennis: What is it? How to win more…
- What Poker Can Teach You About Tennis
- The Three Principles Of Good Tennis